Oreo cookies pushing the gender identity myth with “ask me my pronouns” cookies

On the last day of Pride Month, Oreo cookies put this on their social media platforms:


“We’re proud to celebrate inclusivity for all gender identities and expressions. In partnership with NCTE, we’re giving away special edition Pronoun Packs and encouraging everybody to share their pronouns with #Pride today and every day.”

It’s not enough that children are indoctrinated in public education to believe they can magically change their biology. They are now faced with this farce while eating cookies. COOKIES.

Tell me Nabisco, when are you coming out with Oreos that celebrate those who believe they can change their species or should have been born disabled?

h/t Moonbattery

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Kevin Lankford
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Kevin Lankford

Can they really expect people to fall for that crap?…..I mean the majority. All of us who have no problem identifying exactly what we are. That is man/boy or woman/girl.

Lophatt
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Lophatt

I think that’s at the heart of this ploy. Getting people to question their most absolute beliefs is necessary to controlling their minds. Few things are more sure than whether we are male or female. They want to change that.

Alma
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Alma

If you ask me the cookies as I know are chocolate, the hell with gender and pronouns, queers are queers, lesbians are lesbians so much for the letters of the alphabet! Keep your lesbianism and your queers in your bedroom, don’t push your deviations onto us creating new laws and grammar.

TrailDust
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Fascism is coming in the form of a chocolate cookie.

Alma
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Alma

We have symbols indicating females and males, shouldn’t we have one indicating lgbt’s, hahaha, guess not!

William
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William

Another company to boycott forever, or at least as long as I live. I like an occasional Oreo but there are enough generic knock-offs that are cheaper. Apparently they aren’t foolish enough to try to sell these “Pronoun Packs” -is it even possible to be any stupider or lamer or more insipid than that? – but are giving them away. Who would they market them to, the “Transgender community?” There is no such thing, only a tiny negligible minority of severely confused psychotic wingnuts. Nor is there such a thing as transgender, a biological impossibility. We all know that, it’s… Read more »

Jackie Puppet
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I’m boycotting now as well, but I haven’t bought much of Nabisco in recent years anyway.

Besides, I prefer the caramel chocolate coconut cookies that are a knock-off of the Girl-Scout cookies at Aldi (a discounted grocer) .

Grif
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I have now eaten my last Oreo, and, if I can find them, any other Nabisco product. When are these libtard snowflakes going to stop celebrating one tenth of one percent of the population, and start celebrating people who know whether they are male or female, which are the only two choices anyone has.

Lophatt
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Lophatt

Send them all to the Lena Dunham body fund. Maybe we can order some for Fat Jerry Nadler.

Judy JJ Smith
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Judy JJ Smith

I buy generic anyhow.

Lophatt
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Lophatt

All these ridiculous political moves are making my shopping a lot easier. No Oreos for me, male, female or whatever. When did cookies develop sexual identities? Can anyone believe that these attempts at creating fads, usage of buzzwords and catch phrases and demands for conformity are “spontaneous”? The simple fact that someone, somewhere is manipulating us should make people outraged. Secondly, if you were a businessperson, would you want to risk sales to cater to political nonsense like this? Why would anybody want to jump into trying to sexualize cookies? With the razor blades they were generally associated with males… Read more »

William
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William

We’ve always been manipulated but more subtly and in more sophisticated ways. Now having completely dumbed down the population they are going all out; people will believe literally anything, even that some girls have a penis, etc. Recall that a third of millennials “aren’t sure” that the Earth is round. Not 3 percent, a third

Lophatt
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Lophatt

Good point. I try to forget about stuff like that. I’ve always been sensitive to manipulation. I hate it. The recent stuff is so unsophisticated and clumsy its laughable. I had not heard the “one third” statistic. Wow. That’s like people with no understanding assuming that huge numbers of trannies roam the Earth. I say from time to time that these approaches are deliberate and effective. They challenge people’s core beliefs in ways that make them more vulnerable. If you can get somebody to question whether or not the Earth is flat, you can get them to believe just about… Read more »

William
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William

I’ll try to find the link for that, it was a survey and the number was thirty-something percent. Astounding. And most people vastly overestimate, by a factor of four or five, the number of queers who we allow to live among us. They are a very small minority and always will be. But the perception the Odor promotes is that they are very numerous

Lophatt
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Lophatt

Thanks. Yeah I saw a piece where many thought that the queer population was between 17 and 25 percent. That’s really how it works. They don’t have to be “accurate”, just emotional.

Many are fond of superlatives and absolutes. That’s why I keep bringing it up when there is a piece on trannies or left-handed, herniated, Hopi Indians or something.

Is it worth the panic? So what if 2% are “offended”. Odds are they’re used to it.

William
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Lophatt
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Lophatt

Wow. What do they do in those schools all day? Do they still teach science and geography?

Somehow I can’t imagine what it must be like wandering through life with no conception at all of what is around me or under my feet. No curiosity about where I came from or how I got here.

My dogs are perfectly ok with that and I love them dearly, but they’re dogs. They don’t really make decisions.

Auntie Lulu
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Auntie Lulu

I absolutely hate companies that feel they must enter the fray. They are in business to see their products, not to sermonize to the rest of us. I wouldn’t purchase these particular cookies, no matter how cheap they might be.